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Oily Skin – February 3, 2020

Oily Skin – February 3, 2020

Oily Skin: Do you have that everlasting extra shine? Does your skin seem to have that greasy glow no matter what you do? There are many reasons why people have oily skin. Here are some things you can do to help manage… Read More

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Rosacea – January 3, 2020

Rosacea – January 3, 2020

Rosacea (rose-AY-sha) is a common skin disease that often begins with an increased tendency to blush or flush easily. The redness can spread from the face to different parts of the body. The redness can slowly spread beyond the nose and cheeks to the forehead and chin. Even the ears, chest, and back can be red all the time. Rosacea…

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Luscious Lips – December 2, 2019

Luscious Lips – December 2, 2019

Keep your lips luscious throughout the winter months! Are your lips suffering this winter? Do you have dry, flaky lips? You are most likely suffering from dry cracked lips. If you are suffering from dry lips, use a fragrance free and hypoallergenic lip balm or moisturizer a few times a day, especially before bedtime. Don’t forget that although it is…

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Vitiligo – November 25, 2019

Vitiligo – November 25, 2019

Do you know what the medical term is for loss of skin color and pigmentation? It’s called vitiligo (vit-uh-lie-go). Vitiligo causes the skin to lose its natural color. Patches of lighter skin appear in place of original pigment. Some people have small patches of lost pigment while others lose much more skin color. Vitiligo can also affect many parts of…

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Superficial Radiation Treatment – November 18, 2019

Superficial Radiation Treatment – November 18, 2019

Superficial Radiation Treatment The 21st Century Non-Surgical Treatment Option for Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer Advanced Skin and Mohs Surgery Center is proud to offer the Sensus SRT-100™, a revolutionary machine that boasts a 95%+ cure rate for basal cell (BCC) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) utilizing Superficial Radiation Therapy (SRT). This non-surgical treatment option for non-melanoma skin cancer offers many benefits…

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What’s With The Itch – November 11, 2019

What’s With The Itch – November 11, 2019

What’s With The Itch? Tis’ the season of itchy uncomfortable skin. Did you know the clinical term for itchy skin is pruritus? It can be caused or worsened by dry skin and is more common in older adults as skin tends to get drier with age. Itchy skin can appear normal, red, rough or bumpy. Many people can find relief…

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New Location – October 28, 2019

New Location – October 28, 2019

Announcing New Location Now Open Lincoln Square Swedish Covenant Medical Center located on the campus of Swedish Covenant Medical Center: 2740 W. Foster Avenue Professional Building, Ste 105. Chicago, IL 60625 Title of the document Read More

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Breast Augmentation – October 2, 2019

Breast Augmentation – October 2, 2019

Meet Our Newest Team Member Jonathan Nathan, MD, MBA BREAST AUGMENTATION This surgery involves the use of implants or fat grafting to enhance the size and shape of a woman’s breasts. Having additional specialized training in breast surgery, Dr. Nathan offers an integrated, personalized approach to breast surgery delivering beautiful natural results. Title of the document Read More

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Back To School – September 16, 2019

Back To School – September 16, 2019

Meet Our Newest Team Member Sandra Witten, PA-C BACK TO SCHOOL – PENCILS, PAPER AND ACNE! The dreaded back to school crunch is upon us, and this is the bane of every parents existence! We are dashing to the third school supply store for the elusive out of stock glue stick. After our frustration with school supplies, we hit the…

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Skin Cancer Facts – July 23, 2019

Skin Cancer Facts – July 23, 2019

We Care! Dr. Clarence W. Brown and the staff of Advanced Skin and Mohs Surgery Center, s.c. want to share these facts about skin cancer with you so that you may better understand how skin cancer impacts all of our skin and all of our lives. Skin cancer is a serious public health concern. Choose sun protection strategies that work.…

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